Song Eun-beom said, “I want to throw more and I can throw better…”

Song Eun-beom (39) fell into the list of players on hold for the LG Twins in professional baseball and became an “invincible status.”

Although he is about to be attacked, he still wants to take the mound.

Song Eun-beom said in a phone call with Yonhap News on the afternoon of the 29th, “I did individual training again today,” adding, “I want to throw more and I can throw well.” I’m not sick at all,” he said.

LG said on the 25th that it excluded 12 players, including Song Eun-beom and Seo Geon-chang, from the pending list. It was a release notice.

Song Eun-beom calmly accepted the club’s decision, saying, “I knew I couldn’t play any more for LG,” and said, “I’ll be 40 soon, but I’m in very good physical condition. “If I get a chance, I’m confident that I’ll throw a good ball,” he said.

This season, Song Eun-beom pitched in only four games (one run in three ⅔ innings) in the first division. He has not pitched in the Futures League since the game against the Goyang Heroes on June 24.

However, Song said, “I pitched live more than once a week this year. “I have no problem with my pitching sense,” he said. “My arms are fresher than ever.” “I want to show what I haven’t shown this year, next year,” he said, expressing his willingness to extend his active duty.

Song Eun-beom, who joined the SK Wyverns (the predecessor of SSG Landers) as the first pick in 2003 and started his professional career, played as a starter, middle and finisher for the KIA Tigers, Hanwha Eagles and LG Twins.

Song Eun-beom’s overall first-team individual record is 88 wins, 95 losses, 27 saves, 57 holds, and 4.57 ERA in 680 games.

In the postseason, he pitched in 23 games as a starter, middle and finishing pitcher with a 4-3 record, 1 save, and 2 holds ERA of 1.90.

There are quite a few successful cases of “recruitment of veteran bullpen.”

Kim Jin-sung (38) was released from the NC Dinos after the end of the 2021 season, but he made a new start with LG and posted a 6-3 12-hold ERA of 3.10 in 2022, 5-1 this year, 4 saves, and 21 hold ERA of 2.18.

Lim Chang-min (38), who is now a free agent (FA), was also notified of his release from the Doosan Bears after the 2022 season, and signed with the Kiwoom Heroes in 2023 and pitched well with a 2.51 ERA with 26 saves and one hold.

Noh Kyung-eun (39, SSG Landers) also overcame the fear of release and succeeded in making a comeback. Noh Kyung-eun played a key role in the SSG bullpen with 9 wins, 5 losses, 2 saves, and 30 holds with a 3.58 ERA, and ranked second in the hold.

Song Eun-beom, the “ace of the SK Dynasty,” is also desperate for “opportunity.” 사설토토

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